Jerusalem Police arrest haredi man suspected of damaging Intel property

Jerusalem Police arrest

November 21, 2009 12:24


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Jerusalem Police on Saturday arrested a young haredi man suspected of damaging Intel company property in the city's Har Hotzvim industrial park last week during a protest last week. Some 2,000 haredim demonstrated outside the Intel Corporation's offices last week in protest over the operation of a chip factory on Shabbat. Large police forces were deployed in the area to prevent any violence on part of the protesters expected to hold another demonstration on Saturday afternoon.

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